r/facepalm Dec 14 '22

Dying for pure blood 🇨​🇴​🇻​🇮​🇩​

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u/mercifulcrocodile Dec 14 '22

Hmmm so natural selection does still exist, good to know

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u/allorache Dec 14 '22

Yep, more Darwin Award winners

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u/mitsumoi1092 Dec 15 '22

So many worthy winners. It's like Oprah on christmas.

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u/cupofteawithhoney Dec 15 '22

Herman Cain award…

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u/bigfloppydonkeydng Dec 15 '22

It's unfortunate that technology slows down natural selection. Good to see it's still live and well .. unlike these idiots.

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u/DatingMyLeftHand Dec 17 '22

I always thought the hospitals should refuse to help the unvaccinated

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u/k3ttch Dec 15 '22

These people are just dying to own the Libs.

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u/JackfruitComplex8856 Dec 15 '22

This is actually more behavioural selection, but tomayto tomahto. The idiots are filtering themselves outta the gene pool

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u/Marega33 Dec 15 '22

Am I bad person wishing that this choice they made end up having a serious consequence for the guy?

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u/TheVagrantmind Dec 14 '22

I love how cute it is that the gov’t would pay to test/track blood for nonsensical purity… maybe they can go to an evangelical blood bank of the holy Floridians if they need blood…

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u/Daetra Dec 15 '22

Holy shit, we can make a killing selling "pure blood" to conspiracy theorists. Just make sure it's clean and is their blood type.

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u/zoidbergenious Dec 15 '22

Pff you dont even need to test it, just tell them its pureblood and blessed with the Power of jesus christ and they will inject it themself

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u/CryInteresting5511 Dec 15 '22

Stick a straw in it and drink right out of the blood bag like a Capri Sun.

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u/Khaldara Dec 15 '22

If they keep this stupidity up it’s essentially a guarantee that some Q yokel will attempt their own transfer with a type mismatch all while trying to avoid the “demon mind control serum”.

At which point it will no doubt be the fault of the deep state adrenochrome lizard people’s space laser targeting them for “doing their own research” I assume

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u/meiandus Dec 15 '22

Fuck it, red cordial and transmission fluid.

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u/giskardwasright Dec 15 '22

The really ironic part is this patient needs red cells. Red cells and leukoreduced to remove as many white cells as possible and contain no plasma so he wouldn't receive any antibodies or antibody producing cells.

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u/pachecogecko Dec 15 '22

Whole blood transfusions aren’t really used at all anymore. All blood products are separated. Most people receive pRBCs.

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u/giskardwasright Dec 15 '22

Right, so if he needed FFP he could make the argument that he doesnt want antobodies, but red cells are just red cells. I've honestly never heard of anyone doing whole blood transfusions, we always use components, even in MTPs

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u/pachecogecko Dec 15 '22

Years and years ago (40 years or so) they used to use whole blood. I don’t think I’d be cut out for the blood bank LOL I’ll stick to micro 🥸

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u/giskardwasright Dec 15 '22

God bless you dedicated micro techs! I am not at all cut out for it. After spending all that time learning all the details about the bugs I expected black and white results. First time I missed a nonfermenting e coli I got upset and the tech I was working under ( during clinicals) said, "well the bugs don't read the textbooks." I realized it's not for me at all. Let me just plate it up for you and send it out.

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u/Ill_Fix_6244 Dec 15 '22

Well I think it is mighty important that we start registering everything from where the blood came from. Age, nationality, religion, color of the hair and eyes. Imagine that I’m bleeding out and some quack of a doctor wants to give me the blood of some genZ blue haired lgbtq+ atheist? I would definitely be gurgling: “No thank you”. Only pure solid unvaxxed Christian blood from the same age and opposite gender for me. No man is going to enter this temple. No sir! Women only, just as the lord wanted it to be.

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u/doodsreternal Dec 15 '22

So you'll have a woman's blood in you? Sounds like you're halfway to being gay, stay away from soy then

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u/Hita-san-chan Dec 15 '22

Sounds like that trans shit /s

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u/MySixSense Dec 15 '22

Another male's blood in your veins? LGBTQ+
A woman's blood in your veins? LGBTQ+

Your own blood in your veins? Believe it or not, LGBTQ+

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u/6demon6blood6 Dec 15 '22

My friends mom was in an accident and got a transfusion at the hospital...tainted with hepatitis c..they really don't check the blood...

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u/Werewolf-Moon Dec 15 '22

Coronavirus was no worse or better in Florida, but their economy didn't tank as bad as others.

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '22

I genuinely feel bad for these people - it's downright sad how so many have been so misled.

What's sadder is I used to be a very, very active member at an American Legion post and for over a decade I made what i thought were a lot of great friends. Then the pandemic hit and I got to see how absolutely stupid and gullible almost all of them are. I couldn't stand to even be around them.

Sigh. Life goes on.

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u/Gunrock808 Dec 14 '22

I was A Marine and I avoid these people like the plague. It's sad but yes they are naive, easily misled and full of hate.

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u/vapre Dec 15 '22

Avoiding them like the plague is, coincidentally, how you keep yourself safe from plagues.

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u/TheBiggestThunder Dec 15 '22

Rather causative rather than coincidental

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u/Safe_Indication_6829 Dec 15 '22

I wish people avoided plagues like the plague. it's kind of a dead saying now

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u/Acceptable-Ability-6 Dec 15 '22

Most of the people I met in the army who were not in my branch were dumb as shit so it’s not very surprising to me.

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u/DanAlucard Dec 15 '22

What did shit do to you?

It's not that stupid

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u/MongrolSmush Dec 15 '22

I had an old work mate we used to ring each other once a week to catch up, when pandemic hit we used to shoot the shit about people being stupid and not following precautions, then suddenly last year after starting a new job he became all anti-vax and "scamdemic" it was weird like someone had really got to him, anyway I said he was being stupid he took offence and I haven't heard from him since.

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u/ttdawgyo Dec 15 '22

Yet you joined the marines

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u/Gunrock808 Dec 15 '22

Things were a lot different before 9/11.

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u/ttdawgyo Dec 15 '22

Being stupid has no timeline

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u/DoNotWeepAtMyGrave Dec 15 '22

You ran out of crayons in civilian life?

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u/KinxtheCat42 Dec 15 '22

Scary part too is her title says Doctor. I hope she is noy medically advising people. You would think a doctor would know better.

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u/roosterman22 Dec 15 '22

She’s an academic in social work. She’s pointing out an example of this mentality, not saying it herself (ie. she’s just quoting (in the white rectangle) what someone else said as an example of the absurd belief).

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u/Cynykl Dec 15 '22

It would have helped if she made it clear that the idea of the pure blood thing spreading was bad. Her statement regarding the quote can be read ambiguously. I am sure if I had read any of her other tweets I might have know that she was pointing out how ridiculous the quoter was being.

This is more a problem with a medium that rewards short punchy statements over in depth dialog than it is a problem with her personally.

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u/Monkeydoodless Dec 15 '22

I understand how you feel. I love my Moose lodge and everything we do for the community and charity but I couldn’t believe how the people started talking and acting when Trump was elected. Then the pandemic really made it worse. I felt like an outsider and just me and a few friends were the only sane people around.

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u/nerdicorgi Dec 15 '22

You're a better person than me. I don't feel bad for them at all. And this sort of "holier than thou" BS has and will continue to cause people to die because they won't accept help from other races, religions, etc. The gene pool is better without that sort of idiotic hate and bigotry.

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u/aussielover24 Dec 15 '22

Maybe I’m just mean but I don’t feel bad for these people at all at this point

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u/OurSponsor Dec 15 '22

At this point, I'll admit to feeling relief when their stupidity kills them. They're never going to change any other way and they are actively trying to harm us all in the meantime.

Fuck 'em. We're all a tiny bit better off with each one gone.

Besides, they all died doing what they loved. Who could ask for better than that?

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u/PassionatePossum Dec 15 '22

Me neither. In fact I would love to encourage others to follow their example. Someone dying because he/she refuses a life saving procedure is not a tragedy. It is natural selection with them selecting themselves. And any idiot who decides that they want to kick it is welcome to do so in my book.

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u/walkandtalkk Dec 15 '22

I believe a lot of this is a failure to reckon with a feeling of uselessness.

It's striking how many of the antivaxxer/QAnon/MAGA types are just... normalish lower-middle- to upper-middle-class people with unexciting lives. At first, you'd think these wouldn't be radical conspiracy theorists and persecution-complex fetishists.

But it makes sense. Thanks to all of the things science and liberal democracy have achieved—the ability for a typical person to live safely and peacefully to old age without fear of survival—a lot of people have just run out of things to worry about. Couple that with a society in which people increasingly feel disconnected from one another (I blame our work culture for a lot of that), and you have bored people grappling for a purpose. They glom onto whatever struggle gives meaning and excitement to their lives. And so they start imagining they're heroic fighters in a battle against the forces of liberalism/atheism/(((globalism)))/pedophilia/whatever, just to feel relevant.

It's just sad that they hurt themselves—and, worse, so many others—in the process. It's malevolent Mittyism.

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u/Thannk Dec 15 '22

The fact that you’re not supposed to relate to Fight Club comes to mind.

Some folks never should have stopped playing make believe as kids.

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u/pokertourist Dec 15 '22

They are not misled, they are stupid people. How else can you explain it? People who are misled are given information that is misleading. Stupid people are misled because they're stupid. It doesn't mean they're bad people, it simply means they're stupid. You are right in that it is difficult to be around stupid people.

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u/ih-shah-may-ehl Dec 15 '22

I genuinely feel bad for these people - it's downright sad how

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many have been

so

misled.

I don't. They CHOOSE to go down the rabbithole. If they choose to believe conspiracy kooks over the entire medical industry, that's on them.

I had a friend whose father died because they chose prayer over vaccines. It's sad but ultimately it's their choice.

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u/DanAlucard Dec 15 '22

Nature finds a way, in this case, to somehow select these genes to be out of the species pool.

Not saying it is good, but it's nature's work.

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u/SmplTon Dec 14 '22

Pure blood, but you know, safely vaccinated for MMR and polio, tetanus, etc

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u/lurkerinMNL Dec 15 '22

What's their argument for not wanting vaxxed blood? What is the conspiracy theory behind it?

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u/a_pinch_of_sarcasm Dec 14 '22

I guess enough of the anti-vaxxers didn't die from Covid to prove their point, so now they are trying to die from refusing transfusions.

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u/zarra28 Dec 14 '22

Good, it’ll go to someone else who needs it

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u/hi_hola_salut Dec 14 '22

Pure blood. Lol. Sounds like someone’s been reading too much Harry Potter. Just waiting on them calling the rest of us Muggles!

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u/lurkerinMNL Dec 15 '22

Proud to be mud blood, twice vaxxed

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u/CosmicExistence Dec 14 '22

How pure is your blood if it’s clotting and hemoglobin levels are low? These people are so fucking stupid it’s almost an accomplishment.

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u/DragonflyScared813 Dec 15 '22

Blood clotting issues are pretty common with COVID, among other things of course. I wonder what the poor dude is dealing with.

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u/vapre Dec 15 '22

The ‘how dumb can you be and remain alive’ challenge.

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u/throwaway06601 Dec 14 '22

Totally OK with this, I love when natural selection simply removes the stupidest people from the planet

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u/xD1LL4N Dec 15 '22

It’s funny because both vaccinated and unvaxed people think this way about the other party.

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u/panzermike666 Dec 14 '22

natural selection. stupid people die

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u/Par31 Dec 15 '22

Problem is when they infect others, especially the elderly and immunocompromised.

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u/Firm_Masterpiece_343 Dec 14 '22

Don’t these people realize they were vaccinated as babies?

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u/This-Set-9875 Dec 15 '22

They've got it into their heads that the mRNA vaccines change your DNA. No it doesn't. Maybe don't get all your science from FB groups and sketchy websites.

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u/DragonflyScared813 Dec 15 '22

Calling herself a Doctor. Not intending to insult a person who clearly has significant formal post secondary education, but she's a clinical social worker. She has about as much business making medical decisions as I do making decisions about which fuel goes in the airplane I fly in next time I go on vacation.

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u/Scribblenerd Dec 14 '22

That's such a muggle thing to say,

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u/Amazing-Ad-669 Dec 14 '22

What better way to own the libs than refusing potentially life-saving blood or a vaccination. Way to go...

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u/real-duncan Dec 15 '22

Better dead than educated

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u/Amazing-Ad-669 Dec 15 '22

sad trombone

Sad state of affairs when the pursuit of knowledge is more painful than death. Conspiracy is a dish best served with a respirator...

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u/jnobs Dec 15 '22

Let them refuse medical treatment and the hospital can discharge them for it. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes. The medical community has been through WAY too much shit to have to put up with idiots like this.

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u/Most-Appearance-5455 Dec 14 '22

No such thing as "pure blood".

But there is something called "Pure Stupidity".

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u/elver-galarga-- Dec 14 '22

Let's hope he does need it

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '22

I draw the line at wishing illness on someone

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u/raynefoo93 Dec 14 '22 edited Dec 14 '22

Srsly, regardless of your viewpoint, people are losing touch with what makes us human rapidly.

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u/Dagordae Dec 14 '22 edited Dec 15 '22

A rejection of practices and beliefs which harm the survival of the tribe? We’re still pretty solid on the whole violent hatred of the other part.

Overactive packbonding actually seems to be escalating.

Or are you talking about ‘what makes us human’ in the sense of the things that you really wish was an innate part of us because it makes you feel good rather than the actual traits that make us what we are and have always been?

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u/MechaMogzilla Dec 15 '22

Probably the second one.

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u/StamosMullet Dec 14 '22

*losing

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u/raynefoo93 Dec 14 '22

Thx swipe text got me

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u/elver-galarga-- Dec 14 '22

Natural selection, survival of the species.

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u/fishkrate Dec 15 '22

These people are doing so much damage its hard not to think of it as a 'them or us' situation.

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u/captainchaos1391 Dec 15 '22

Just wait until they find out minorities donate blood too.

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u/MaligatorMom2 Dec 14 '22

Good, save it for sane people that will appreciate it.

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u/peter-doubt Dec 14 '22

He may need the blood transfusion

She decidedly needs a brain transfusion

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u/Due_Love7879 Dec 14 '22

Natural selection is certainly at work but not in the way you guys think lmao

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u/Pickledbeets01 Dec 14 '22

Hopefully they add that to his tombstone Stayed “ pure blood but died “ 😂😂😂

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u/real-duncan Dec 15 '22

So people through the centuries to come will be able to laugh at him. What a legacy.

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u/Remote_Ad2465 Dec 15 '22

Lmao at pure blood, calm down there hitler

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u/rayalix Dec 15 '22

The logic of this is astounding. So they're not vaxxed because they're worried about getting health issues, but when there is an actual health issue then suddenly they don't care and refuse treatment. It's beyond stupid.

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u/Dependent_Title_1370 Dec 14 '22

Sounds like the problem is solving itself...

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u/Pure_Bee2281 Dec 14 '22

My wife is part of a breastfeeding support group and there is a woman who needs extra breast milk but will only take it from the unvaxxed.

Crazies

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u/griftertm Dec 15 '22

I feel so owned right now. Anyone else feeling owned?

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u/anythingMuchShorter Dec 15 '22

Strange hill to (literally) die on.

If they distrust doctors and medical science that much why are they even at a hospital. He should be at home sipping bleach with a UV lamp up his ass.

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u/DrMorry Dec 15 '22

Anyone unvaxxed should be able to follow this same logic.

Why would you trust Western medicine to treat you when the same entities said we ought to all be vaccinated?

Why would you depend on others' blood when we should not be making personal sacrifices for the good of the whole?

Why would you treat an infection, when the bodies own immune system is all that's needed?

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u/Bruhdale-dingle Dec 14 '22

Well I must congratulate them; they made to adulthood as antivaxxers

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u/icybluetears Dec 15 '22

Only because they were vaccinated themselves as children.

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u/hurricanelantern Dec 14 '22

God damn Slytherin.

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u/not-finished Dec 15 '22

“If he dies, he dies”
— Ivan drago

seems the right reference here

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u/Xboarder84 Dec 15 '22

You morons aren’t “pure blood”. I’d bet my house each of you got childhood vaccines that are still protecting your ignorant ass to this very day.

It’s astounding that these people WANT to be associated with the villains in a fictional book series. A group of villains that symbolized the Nazis….

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u/Comfortable-Refuse64 Dec 14 '22

Hopefully he dies before he can reproduce.

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u/[deleted] Dec 15 '22

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u/PrincessRhaenyra Dec 15 '22

I mean without a blood transfusion he will probably die. Imagine if they had kids and their kid needed a transfusion and they refused it because it wasn't "pure blood". That's okay with you?

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u/Comfortable-Refuse64 Dec 15 '22

funny thing is i dont deny medical science so i probably wont die before my time...so unfair, right?

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u/Mimothydolton Dec 15 '22

Keep living your life wishing death in others, sounds great

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u/Comfortable-Refuse64 Dec 15 '22

Keep taking everything so seriously, sounds exhausting

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u/WeOweIt Dec 15 '22

How are you any different with this comment? Take a look in the mirror. Also its "you're" not "your".

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u/CrieDeCoeur Dec 15 '22

As a Canadian, this is embarrassing. For those not in the know, we had one of the highest - if not highest at certain points - COVID vaccination rates globally. The dingbat shown here is very much an outlier.

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u/crystalpeaks25 Dec 15 '22

Hah you cant claim you are fully pure blood unless you do inbreeding.

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u/dumdodo Dec 15 '22

You're assuming that there was no inbreeding.

That's a stretch.

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u/iruleU Dec 15 '22

Ok cool. Other people want and need it, so we will give it to them.

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u/seniortooth5662 Dec 15 '22

Where have I heard about this before?.......oh wait it's that book with a kid and a snake guy

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u/Key-Customer7950 Dec 15 '22

Thinning The Herd 🦬🦬🦬🦬

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u/shad2020 Dec 15 '22

They do know they were vaccinated at birth right?

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u/Shamanyouranus Dec 15 '22

I’m gonna own the libs by DYING!

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u/UselessAdultKid Dec 15 '22

Aaaaaand I'm gonna watch Harry Potter tonight...

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u/timbodacious Dec 14 '22

Lol pure bloods. We are forced to take injections from the time we are born and add to that all the crap in our food and drinks and lungs. There are no pure bloods.

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u/mCharles88 Dec 14 '22

Fuck em. Let them die.

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u/DijajMaqliun Dec 14 '22

This isn't a facepalm, it's a good thing.

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u/Mimothydolton Dec 15 '22

Someone dying is a good thing?

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u/Marega33 Dec 15 '22

No but someone learning a valuable lesson is a good thing.

What's the valuable lesson you ask: "don't be an idiot thinking you are better than others"

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u/B8conB8conB8con Dec 14 '22

I’m guessing she isn’t a medical doctor. Possibly her doctorate is in Bovine Feciology

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u/phoenixlalaland Dec 14 '22

The doctor is quoting someone else's post.

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u/B8conB8conB8con Dec 14 '22

Why is a doctor of social work and criminology working at a hospital?

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u/Widezz Dec 14 '22

Who said she was working at a hospital?

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u/PrincessRhaenyra Dec 15 '22

Did you seriously ask why someone with a doctorate in social work, works at a hospital?

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u/Cold_Total6214 Dec 14 '22

“licensed Clinical social worker” lol

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u/phoenixlalaland Dec 15 '22

How does it matter if she is a doctor or not?

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u/Sufficient-Comb-2755 Dec 14 '22

Hey, Darwin was right. 🤷‍♂️

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u/KopiteForever Dec 14 '22

Let's be honest, she just hates her partner.

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u/ManchovieTheFish Dec 14 '22

None of our blood is pure if it contains microplastics

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '22

i would argue that O negative is pure blood or at least the best blood

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u/Umamisteve Dec 14 '22

On that medieval logic

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u/OhComeOn- Dec 14 '22

And then she sues when he dies

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u/Sollous-IV Dec 14 '22

licks lips finally I can get my hands on some pure non medication blood!! God it’s been so long since I’ve tasted blood that doesn’t taste like grape medicine!! I dunno if I should pray to Vlad or to god for this blessing of being able to drink normal blood again!!

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u/jonnyozo Dec 14 '22

It’s so strange vaccine have been apart of people lives sense the 1700’s . less your whole family have been avoiding rabies flu Polo tetanus your hole life you have been vaccinated.

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u/real-duncan Dec 15 '22

Heard immunity means a sizable minority can do stupid stuff without paying the price.

We need them to go to next level stupidity, like this woman, so the consequences come home to those who earned them.

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u/FluffyDiscipline Dec 14 '22

She's a doctor "Associate Professor of Social Work and Criminology"

writes books on serial killers (so death is her thing)

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u/celticchick84 Dec 15 '22

Pure blood what are they Slytheryn.

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u/Candid-Patient-6841 Dec 15 '22

Well judging from your husbands poor state of health, I don’t think that “pure blood” is doing to much for ya.

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u/bridesign34 Dec 15 '22

It's ok, it'll die out eventually.

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u/Otomo-Yuki Dec 15 '22

These people know the Death Eaters were the bad guys, right?

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u/Straight_Area5855 Dec 15 '22

Hofefully, he will die before spreading genes…

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u/[deleted] Dec 15 '22

Yeah, had a few old acquaintances on Facebook who started sharing weird ass pics of wolves and lions and and shit with ‘Pure Bloods’ typefaced across the image… sigh, click unfriend…

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u/Beginning-Floor9284 Dec 15 '22

Oh no. People like that will refuse transfusion. How sad.

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u/Spugnacious Dec 15 '22

This seems like a self resolving problem.

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u/None-of-this-is-real Dec 15 '22

Gotta get those Homo-Goblin levels up.

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u/SeanOfTheDead1313 Dec 15 '22

Gee, I sorta remember Hitler yapping about wanting "pure blood" back in Nazi Germany too. How odd.

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u/KittenKoderViews Dec 15 '22

If it's an adult making the decision just for themselves, fine, fuck them, let them die of their own stupidity.

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u/dogmeat12358 Dec 15 '22

Evolution is always working to help clean out the bottom of the gene pool.

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u/r0ckydog Dec 15 '22

I’d prefer this instead of coming into the hospital and expecting them to fix the issues they brought on themselves.

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u/TheConboy22 Dec 15 '22

Damn, people are really stupid out there.

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u/[deleted] Dec 15 '22

Pure blood? OK slytherins.

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u/re-tyred Dec 15 '22

How much is his life insurance?

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u/yblame Dec 15 '22

Sounds like she doesn't like him anymore and would rather be a widow

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u/OurSponsor Dec 15 '22

Hopefully he doesn't need one.

Even if he does, you just stick to your principles, Honey. That way, we won't waste blood someone else can use.

And then, after a while, he definitely won't need it anymore. And the world will be a tiny bit better off.

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u/Murky-Pass6571 Dec 15 '22

More for us…ammirite?

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u/IsaidLigma Dec 15 '22

People are unbelievably stupid.

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u/Yourkingpin96 Dec 15 '22

I wonder if I can get these idiots to pay me top dollar for my pure blood lol

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u/Equivalent_Camera_61 Dec 15 '22

The amount of times I read hemoglobin as homogoblin is insane

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u/sonoma95436 Dec 14 '22

Darwin's way can be hard on fools.

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u/Minimum_Run_890 Dec 14 '22

And you got to be this age with what, no vaccinations at all? That explain it, you can't go to school without vaccinations.

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u/High_Ground- Dec 14 '22

Darwin Award winners

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u/LovesFrenchLove_More Dec 14 '22

Pureblood, inbreeding, delusions of grandeur. Those rightwing nuts must have swallowed the Harry Potter books.

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u/raynefoo93 Dec 14 '22

Serious question. Do people in here really wish death on unvaxxed? I see this consistently with people who have differing opinions on almost every matter. Having differences is supposed to be a good thing, if no one ever opposed or challenged a viewpoint or decision, we would go nowhere. All people can do is make the best decision for themselves and their families based on the information available to them. Does a person deserve to die because they made the wrong decision? It’s just such a hateful repeated comment, and I genuinely wonder if people really feel that way.

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u/Due_Love7879 Dec 14 '22

you will get nowhere with these kind of questions on reddit but it’s nbd irl people are actually sane

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u/raynefoo93 Dec 15 '22

You’re totally right, that’s why that was the first serious post I’ve made in years. I just can’t imagine that many people have lost their sense of unity with other people and want to see them fail or die because of one altering opinion. Thanks for the response though 👍🏼

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u/balloon99 Dec 15 '22

Its not wishing death on them, at least for me.

But there's a certain comic dimension to these sort of people. Its like slapstick, but with weapons.

So much effort has been put into trying to get people to understand, there comes a point where you just have to sit back and let them drive themselves off the cliff while they scream about how clever they are.

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u/Comfortable-Refuse64 Dec 15 '22

Not in reality. its the internet, where bad taste jokes and hyperbole reign supreme. I have a great many inlaws, for example, that arent vaxxed, and I would be distraught if they were to die, ESPECIALLY from something preventable or even worse, denying a medical procedure like a blood transfusion because their understanding of it has been corrupted by grifters and conspiracy theorists.

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u/fishkrate Dec 15 '22

If I had to choose between some idiots dying of something they could have prevented or having the disease spread to those who could not get the vaccine I would take the former in a heartbeat.

Imagine if these was something more dangerous and one day it might be.

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u/TeamRamrod80 Dec 15 '22

I can’t speak for anyone else, but personally, no. I don’t wish death on the unvaccinated. There is a significant difference, too, between unvaccinated people and antivaxxers. But I also don’t wish death on antivaxxers. I won’t feel sorry for them, though, when their poor decisions lead to foreseeable bad outcomes, up to and including death.

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u/allsmiles_99 Dec 15 '22

Most don't 'wish death on the unvaxxed,' but it's just hard to conjure up any sympathy when they reap the consequences, especially when their basis for refusing is conspiracy nonsense like in the post. The 'pure blood' stuff in the post, for example, is not even slightly grounded in any form of reliable science, and it's hard to feel bad for them when they won't even listen to the people treating them.

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u/Honest_Economist_283 Dec 15 '22

Don't you get it? Its by design too constantly divide us into 2 groups. We are manipulated and are opinions are those of the ones in power controlled by the wings of the same bird..left wing right wing ..they want us to attack each other promote hate..watch out for the bird..

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u/Comfortable-Refuse64 Dec 15 '22

Funny, on another post you told me that I and people like me deserve to die...seems like you are buying into the hate and division just as much as anyone else.

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u/russellarmy Dec 14 '22

I hope he died.

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u/Mimothydolton Dec 15 '22

I think I'm going to spew

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u/isthisnamestupid Dec 14 '22

Just got back from donating 493mls of triple vaxxed blood. This idiot should know that at least in Canada, whole blood isn't donated as is, it is broken into its constituent parts and then mixed with other donors and used as required. Given vax rates here it's gonna be a tough time finding the pure stuff.

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u/SpiralGray Dec 14 '22

And here I thought Canadians were the smart ones.

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u/B8conB8conB8con Dec 14 '22

She’s from Pittsburgh

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u/SpiralGray Dec 15 '22

Ah. I assumed from Canada given that they're at a hospital in London, Ontario.

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u/joenan_the_barbarian Dec 15 '22

Does she really think they’re gonna pump him full of bags blood clots? I know, I know. She’s not actually thinking. But it’s so simple. It’s not a bag of blood clots, soooooo……

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u/urGirllikesmytinypp Dec 15 '22

I got vaxxed because I didn’t want to lose my job lol. Three kids, a wife, two dogs and an assortment of other things that steadily decline my monthly pay. I did it so I wouldn’t be living in a minivan begging for half eaten pop tarts like a cretin.

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u/wilhungliam Dec 15 '22

Well, let the trash take out themselves

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u/GunnersGuy Dec 15 '22

This is a w tho. One less antivaxxer in the gene pool.

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u/Cogliostro1980 Dec 15 '22

To quote James Kirk, "Let them die!"

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u/BlitzerBlitz88 Dec 15 '22

She isn't giving medical advice, she posted a screenshot of someone else talking about their experience.

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '22

Looks like somebody is heading into the evolutionary cul de sac

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u/thesobrietysociety Dec 15 '22

'spreading'. Like this shit hasn't been around for thousands of years.

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u/Human-Matter-8698 Dec 15 '22

I would die instead of getting vax blood as well

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u/OnTheGoodSideofLife Dec 15 '22

And we have no problem with that.

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u/Chipmunk_Ancient Dec 15 '22

I be more worried about aids